Want the kids in your life to think you have magical powers? Then check out this super easy and fun Valentine’s Day magic heart name recognition activity. This simple kitchen towel name recognition science experiment is just perfect for Valentine's day! This Valentine activity can be done easily with just a few items you have lying around your house... Check out these cool 30+ Valentine's day Crafts for kids
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Kitchen towel magic activities are always so much fun to do! Kids are thrilled and excited to see what's gonna magically appear after they use droppers to squeeze water onto the towel. It's a great fine motor activity for Valentines' s day!
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Want the kids in your life to think you have magical powers? Then check out this super easy and fun Valentine’s Day magic heart activity. This simple kitchen towel science experiment is just perfect for Valentine's day! This Valentine activity can be done easily with just a few items you have lying around your house.
So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergatners in your life!
First, grab two paper towels. On one paper towel write your child’s name in large, well-spaced letters with a dark-colored marker (I prefer black or brown for this activity). Next, layer the two paper towels with the blank towel on top. Once you have layered these two towels, you can draw hearts over the top of each letter.
The final step is to prove you are a magician by adding water (with a water dropper or just drip from a cup if you do not have one) to each heart. Your students will be amazed when their name “magically” appears once the water hits each of the hearts!